The Nigerian Bar Association has opened registration for the 2016 Annual conference to be held in Portharcourt from August 19 to 26
th , 2016 in Port Harcourt under the theme “DEMOCRACY AND ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT”. Continue reading Nigerian Lawyers open registration for Annual Conference-Early bird ends 19th of July
Research and read up about the Nuremberg trial and answer the question
“In what year was the Nuremberg Trial court for war criminals established?” You can read it up on this website under History in our story on Hitlers second in command.
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An American man fatally
stabbed himself in the neck in a Taiwan courtroom Thursday during his sentencing for drug possession charges.
Continue reading Man Kills Himself in a Courtroom After Drug Sentence
Life has become so convenient that one can open a bank account on a facebook page. You can wake up at 1am and book a hotel room in Budapest, book and pay for a flight to Caracas, apply for university admission in England and even renew your cable TV subscription in Nigeria while you are in Sydney.
Continue reading Nigerian Lawyers may close shops as Law Practice sits on the brink
New research published in JAMA Internal Medicine suggests frequently attending religious services may be associated with lower mortality among women.
Continue reading New Research: Women who attend religious activities live longer
An “artificial-intelligence attorney” created using technology from IBM’s Watson has snagged its first customer, but that doesn’t mean it’ll be appearing in the courtroom anytime soon.
Continue reading If this is allowed,Lawyers will be out of Job
Stealing small amounts of food to stave off hunger is not a crime, Italy’s highest court of appeal has ruled.
Continue reading wow! Stealing food is not a crime-A Court rules
An Oklahoma court has stunned local prosecutors with a declaration that state law doesn’t criminalize oral sex with a victim who is completely unconscious.
Continue reading Judgement of the year-Oral sex is not rape if victim is unconscious from drinking
Tutsi General Athanase Kararuza
Nairobi (AFP) – A Tutsi general and security advisor to Burundi’s vice president was killed Monday in an attack by heavily-armed men, along with his wife and daughter, a security source said.
Continue reading Breaking News-Hutu-Tutsi rivalry rears an ugly head. One General, two others killed
The judge knew that Sgt. Joseph Serna had been through a lot.
The former Special Forces soldier did four combat tours in Afghanistan over a nearly two-decades-long career with the U.S. Army. Through those years, the Fayetteville Observer reported, Serna was almost killed three times: once, by a roadside bomb, then again by a suicide bomber.
Continue reading How a Judge became a cell mate to a Prisoner he sentenced